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Old 04-07-2009, 05:01 PM   #10 (permalink)
280z/300zx
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Originally Posted by RCZ View Post
Looks great, after reading that for a second I thought I might be sorry I had the non nismo version, but in reality its just marketing hype. Its a 370z with swaybars, a body kit and a slightly less restrictive exhaust. The upgrades aren't major, but the front end looks fantastic I think. I wouldn't be surprised to see the front bumper and sideskirts on my car in the future. They almost got the wing right...almost. Rear diffuser looks like its out of a micromachine . They should just make a nice functional diffuser. Otherwise, nice car. Wonder how much more it is going to cost.

Also, I like my nice interior and gps kthnx. 350HP? my car already has 350HP haha.

It's more than sway bars and a body kit. The chasis has been welded as well as other suspension upgrades. The hollowed sway bars they changed to are just a fraction of what they changed to the suspension. Also the exhuast isn't the only thing they changed to get 350hp, they also changed the ECM tune. While the 370z already corners fantasticly this Nismo should do even better. I also wouldn't be surprised to see this thing hit 13.0 from mag testers. Still I think I might just go your route and get a non-Nismo and just add some mods. I would like to get my hands on those Nismo wheels though.
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